A new report measures equality in Tulsa on a 100-point scale.
There’s an overall score and individual scores for indicators of economic opportunity, education, housing, justice, public health and services.
"The numbers are very bad," said Mayor G.T. Bynum. "We’ve known for a long time in Tulsa that we had a serious issue with, in particular, racial disparity in our city. People felt that in their gut, but they didn’t necessarily have a way to measure it. And the reality is that we have a long way to go."